• Originally Posted by Chris Chamberlin Originally Posted by djtech In this case you would earn KrisFlyer miles based on the SAS rate. Actually, Star Alliance is different to most others when it comes to codeshares, in that miles earned on codeshare flights reflect the operating...

  • My two (3 and 7) regularly fly business class and never had any problems with sleeping or behaviour (theirs, not mine)! I usually stuff a few pillows down the side if I can to try to buffer the aisle. Mine have gone off kids' meals, but more a function of age + keeps the older one entertained wit...

  • Does anyone have any idea on how Krisflyer miles are accrued if booked through SAS. I got flights on the 2019 SAS sale flying SQ metal to europe via CPH. From everything i can tell online, it looks like these should accrue the full Krisflyer miles rewards. But I don't really understand the comple...

  • Thanks,The low-lactose is pretty comprehensive, no milk, milk solids, cream, butter, cheese etc. as per their website. I can *tolerate small amounts of hard cheese, but you know when you get a meal that is ''creamy soup, followed by something covered in cream, followed by cheesecake'' you're stuf...

  • Hi - Wondering if anyone has experience ordering SQ's ''Low Lactose Meal'' Long-Haul. I'm flying business class Melbourne-Singapore-Frankfurt Return soon and wondering if it's worth it, or in fact any good. I'm allergic to dairy, but can usually pick around food on SQ/CX, carriers which often hav...